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Bayfield’s Lori Cole releases single ‘Shipwreck’

‘It was always about the music’

Game show ‘The Price Is Right’ bringing competition to Colorado

NEW YORK – The game show that made famous the phrase “Come on down!” is coming on down to you. “The Price Is Right” is hitting the road, putting the game show on wheels and making 50 stops o...

Program aims to prepare actors for theater productions

FARMINGTON (AP) – Randy West has implemented an ambitious series of changes since taking over as supervisor of the Farmington Civic Center in summer 2019, namely the booking of dozens of mus...

La Plata County Quilters Guild announces program

La Plata County Quilters Guild’s March program is “Love Thy Quilt Shops.” Five stores will attend the meeting: Quilter’s Corner, Cortez Quilt Co., Quilt It YaYa, Durango Quilt Co. and Stitc...

Farmington artist awarded grant

Farmington artist Rosemary Meza-DesPlas was awarded a $9,100 516 ARTS’ Fulcrum Fund grant for her upcoming performance artwork titled “Miss Nalgas USA 2022.” The funded performance artwork e...

New book a guide to where movies filmed in Land of Enchantment

Plan a road trip to check out movie locations in New Mexico

New art gallery launches on East Main Street

The concept of rebirth is ingrained in the gallery’s identity

Mancos artist on a mission to uplift others

Artist known as ‘The Human Sparkler’ Lille Diane is positive she was born with a crayon in her hand. She never put it down – rather, she added to her artistic toolkit – and now visitors can...

Fort Lewis stages Native American Plays

When Fort Lewis College senior Tyler Gleason (Diné) played Rookie Carroca, an effusive Italian-American father in “My Favorite Year,” he seemed right at home. Naturally ebullient, Gleason bu...

Durango Cowboy Poetry Gathering back in the saddle

Annual festival hits town next weekend

Sunflower Shorts spotlight five local playwrights

Troupe plans original shorts by local and regional writers

Durango Dance launching in Mancos Community Center

Montezuma County residents won’t have to drive to Durango to take their children to the studio’s ballet classes